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National Youth Environmental Activity Presentation Contest

National Youth Environmental Activity Presentation Contest

It’s Yukki.

We visited the National Youth Environmental Activity Presentation Contest.

I wonder if the Youth Committee member Michin reported to COP21 at the first meeting? This was the first time I went to see it.

Straws and PET bottles were not allowed, printed materials were minimal, and only pamphlets with participating schools were listed, making it eco-friendly among the environment-related events I have participated in so far. Every time I go to an environmental event, I am given a large number of pamphlets (what is eco…) That’s what I was thinking.

High school students from 16 schools from all over the country who were selected through regional competitions gave presentations. I was particularly interested in the story of the honeybee and the story of Ramsar. Most of them seemed to be talking in line with the SDGs.

All of the schools are good at presenting. Listening to their activities, I was impressed by their ability and trust to involve the community. It was wonderful to have the ability to respond flexibly while noticing problems and making predictions.

It was very good, so I didn’t want it to be completed just by outputting the activity. Since you have the footwork to give presentations overseas and go to fieldwork, I thought it would be nice to exchange contact information with the people on the team who were making the presentations you were interested in, and even if you couldn’t meet them, you should keep in touch and share your opinions. They are doing something good for the environment and the community in which they are working, so I felt that I would like them to cooperate beyond the boundaries of the participating schools and take on various challenges.


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